The city administrator serves as the professional administrator of the City of Monroe and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the city and departments. The city administrator works closely with the City Council and the Mayor and helps implement polices and city ordinances that are established by the City Council.
The city administrator works closely with citizens, community organizations, private sector individuals and businesses, and other agencies to ensure a cohesive working relationship with the City.
Meet the City Administrator
Welcome to Monroe’s new City Administrator, Deborah Knight! Ms. Knight has enjoyed a successful and distinguished public administration career, all within Washington State borders. She has served as a Public Works Assistant, Interim Public Works Director, and Assistant to the City Manager for the City of Woodinville. More recently she served for six years as the City Administrator for the City of Sultan, and for the past five years she served as the City Administrator for the City of Stanwood.